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Pine Knot 

1939 






Photography By 

Dunbar and Daniel 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Engraving By 

Jahn and Ollier Engraving Co. 

Chicago, 111. 
Printing and Binding 

Observer Printing House, Inc. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Atlantic Christian College Library 
Wilson, N. C. 



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Pine Knot 

1939 

Annual Publication of the Student Body 

of 

G/4tlantic Christian College 
Wilson, N. C. 



Atlantic Christian College Library 
Wilson, N. C. 

Copyright 

Nineteen Thirty Nine 



Olivia Fulghum 

Editor-in-Chief 

Robert E. Jarman 
Business Manager 



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In later years this PlNE Knot 
will be a memorable record of 
moments and happenings which 
should hold a hallowed place in 
your heart. Each page will recall 
to you some old friend other- 
wise forgotten and some happy 
incident always to be cherished. 
If this annual furnishes half the 
joy and inspiration that has 
gone into the making of it, 
it will have accomplished its 
purpose. 




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As a token of our appreciation and gratitude 
for their undying loyalty; for the fine spirit 
they have shown in making our Alma Mater 
the pride of every student; for their efforts to 
nurture the highest ideals of this institution, 
we respectfully dedicate this nineteen thirty- 
nine Pine Knot to the Alumni of Atlantic 
Christian College. 






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Introducing 
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Howard S. Hilley 

President of College and Professor 

of Ancient Languages 



NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



C. A. Jarman 

Dean of Men and Instructor 

in Religious Education 



Ethel L. Lehman 

Dean of Women and Instructor 
in English 




Perry Case 

Registrar and Professor 

of Philosophy 



Mildred D. Ross 
Office Secretary 



Page Eleven 

PINE KNOT 



FACULTY 




Frederick F. Grim 

Professor of Education 

Frances F. Harper 

Professor of Mathematics 

Filo A. Hodges 

Professor of Science 



Elizabeth Wagner 

Professor of Biology 

J. M. WATERS 
Professor of Bible 

ELIZABETH E. YAVORSKI 

Instructor in Music and Assistant 

Dean of Women 



Raymond Morgan 

Instructor in Social Science 

Margaret B. Mercer 

Instructor in Modern Languages 

C. H. HAMLIN 
Professor of Social Science 



Catherine Hodges 

Director of Physical Education 
for Girls 

John W. Fontaine 
Professor of Music 

Agnes Peele 

Instructor in Commercial Training 



Sadie Jenkins 

Professor of English 

William Herring 

Athletic Director 

Eleanor G. Snyder 

Instructor in English 



Gladys Charles 

Dietitian 

Mary H. Wilson 

Resident Nurse 

Myrtie L. Harper 

Librarian 



Page Twelve 

NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 




Hamlin 
Baggette 

Sugg 
Ogrodowski 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President EUGENE OGRODOWSKI 

Vice-President WOODROW SUGG 

Secretary Lois BAGGETTE 

Treasurer GRIFFITH HAMLIN 



PINE KNOT 




Avcock 
Barkley 

BOWDEN 

C. Bryan 



Bacgette 

Barnes 

Bradner 

L. Bryan 



Beulah Pearl Aycock, a 2 
Black Creek, N. C. 

Y. W. C. A. 1 ; Hesperian Literary Society 1, 2; Glee 
Club 1, 2. 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Sorority 3, 4; 
Treasurer Delta Sigma Sorority 3 ; May Day Courtier 3 ; 
Secretary Woman's Dormitory Council 4; Pan-Hellenic 
Council 4; Chief Marshal 4. 

Lois Baggette, a 2 

MANNING, S. C. 

Freshman Class Marshal 1 ; Woman's Dormitory Council 
2, 3 ; Delta Sigma Sorority 3, 4; Vice-President Delta 
Sigma Sorority 4; Y. W. C. A. 2, 3; Secretary Y. W. C. 
A. 3; Hesperian Literary Society 1, 2; Secretary Senior 
Class 4. 

Virginia Barkley. $st 
Wilson, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society 1, 2; Town Girls* Club 1, 2; 
W. A. A. 3, 4; Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 2, 3, 4; Secretary 
Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 4; Treasurer Phi Sigma Tau 
Sorority 4 ; May Day Courtier 3 ; May Queen 4 ; Senior 
Class Editor Pine Knot 4. 



Ruby Barnes, a 2 
Fremont. N. C. 

Hesperian Literary Society 1. 2; Vice-President Hesper- 
ian Literary Society 2; Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Y. W. C. A. 

1, 2; Girls' Quartet 1, 2; Delta Sigma Sorority 2, 3,-4; 
Secretary Delta Sigma Sorority 3; President Delta Sigma 
Sorority 4 ; Personal Attendant May Day 3 ; Collegiate 
Staff 4; Band 3; W. A. A. 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4. 

B. J. BOWDEN. * K A 

Dudley, n. C. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain Freshman Basketball Team 
1; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; Treasurer Freshman Class 1; 
Hesperian Literary Society 1. 2; Phi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity 2, 3, 4; Treasurer Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 

2, 3 ; President Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 4; Business 
Manager Collegiate 3 ; Assistant Business Manager Col- 
legiate 4 ; V ice-President Co-operative Association 4 ; Y. 
M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in 
American- Colleges and U niversitics 4 ; "A" Club 3, 4 ; 
May Day Courtier 3; Member Pan-Hellenic Council 4; 
Supervisor of Grounds 4. 

Cleveland Bradner 
Charleston. S. C. 

Transfer Presbyterian College (Pi Kappa Delta Forensic 
Honor Fraternity; Pledge Pi Kappa Phi National Social 
Fraternity); Y. M. C. A. 2, 3. 4; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2, 

3, 4; Vice-President Y. M. C. A. 2; Ministerial Club 2. 
3, 4; President Ministerial Club 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3. 
4; Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4; Archery Club 2, 3; Boxing 2. 3; 
Religious Education Committee 3, 4 ; Winner Peace Ora- 
torical Contest 3; President Junior Class 3; Vice-President 
International Relations Club 4; Philosopher's Club 4. 



Clara Leigh Bryan 
Newton Grove. N. C. 

Y. W. C. A. 2; Hesperian Literary Society 2; Sampson 
County Club 3; Secretary and Treasurer Sampson County 
Club 3. 

Lloyd Bryan, $ a r 

Wilson. N. C. 

Hesperian Literary Society 1, 2; Phi Delta Gamma 
Fraternity 3, 4; Secretary Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 3. 



Page Fourteen 

NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 






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Carter 
R. Daniel 



M. Clark 
Dickinson 



Estelle Carter 
Elm City, N. C. 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Delta Chi 3; Golden Knot 
Honor Society 4. 



W. Clark 


A. Daniel 


Dixon 


Dodd 




Rachel Daniel 




Spring Hope, n. C. 



Transfer Peace Junior College (Sigma Phi Kappa Sor- 
ority) ; Glee Club 2; Alethian Literary Society 1, 2; 
Town Girls' Club 1 , 2 ; International Relations Club 3 ; 
Dramatic Club 3. 



Mary Ella Clark, a 2 
Wilson. N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Dramatic 
Club 2. 3; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3; Delta Sigma Sorority 2, 
3 ; W. A. A. 2, 3 ; Senior Representative Woman's Dormi- 
tory Council 4; Town Girls' Club 1, 2. 



Miriam Dickinson, * 2 t 

Wilson, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1. 2, 3; 
Secretary Dramatic Club 3; Town Girls' Club 1, 2; Phi 
Sigma Tau Sorority 3, 4 ; Vice-President Phi Sigma Tau 

Sorority 4. 



Willie Leigh Clark 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Transfer Peace Junior College. 



Robert Dixon. $ a r 

FARMVILLE, n. c. 

Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 3, 4; Secretary and 
Treasurer Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 4; Sophomore 
Representative Men's Dormitory Council 2; Senior. Repre- 
sentative Men's Dormitory Council 4; Collegiate Staff 2; 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Chorus 3; Alethian Literary 
Society 1, 2. 



Archie Daniel, $ a r 
Black Creek, N. C. 

Hesperian Literary Society 1, 2; Y. M. C. A. 1 ; Phi 
Delta Gamma Fraternity 3, 4; Tennis Team 3, 4; Captain 
Tennis Team 4; "A" Club 4. 



Felix Dodd, 2 A 
Wendell, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society 1, 2 ; Basketball 1 ; Sigma 
Alpha Fraternity 3, 4; Member Pan-Hellenic Council 4; 
Personal Attendant May Day 4; Philosopher's Club 4. 



Page Fifteen 

PINE KNOT 




EVERETTE 
FUTRELL 



Farmer 
Greene 



Far nell 
Grimes 



Fulghum 
gurganus 



Lewis Everette, * a r 

PlNETOWN, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. 1 ; Assistant Manager Basketball Team 
1 , 2 ; Assistant Manager Baseball Team 2 ; Alethian Lit- 
erary Society 1, 2; I Smoka' Pipe Club 2; Manager 
Basketball Team 3; Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 2, 3. 4; 
"A" Club 4. 

Edith Farmer 

BAILEY, n. c. 

Hesperian Literary Society 1 , 2 ; Secretary and Treas- 
urer Ministerial Club 1, 2, 4; Secretary and Treasurer 
Fellowship Club 1 ; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Repre- 
sentative Woman's Dormitory Council 4. 

Leland Farnell, $ a r 
Jacksonville, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hesperian Literary Society 1, 2; 
I Smoka' Pipe Club 2; Corresponding Secretary I Smoka' 
Pipe Club 2; Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 3, 4; Secretary 
Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 3; President Phi Delta Gamma 
Fraternity 4; Assistant Business Manager Pine Knot 4; 
Boxing 4; Member Pan-Hellenic Council 4. 

Olivia Fulghum, $ 2 t 
Wilson, N. C. 

Town Girls' Club 1 , 2 ; Alethian Literary Society 1 , 2 ; 
W. A. A. 3, 4; Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 2, 3, 4; Secretary 
Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 3 ; President Phi Sigma Tau 
Sorority 4; May Day Courtier 3 ; Personal Attendant for 
May Day 4 ; Alpha Delta Chi 3 ; Golden Knot Honor 
Society 4; Secretary and Treasurer Golden Knot Honor 
Society 4 ; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3, 4 ; Senior Marshal 4 ; 
Editor Pine Knot 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4. 



Agnes Futrell. $2t 
Wilson, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society 1, 2; Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 
2, 3, 4 ; Vice-President Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 4 ; Sec- 
retary Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 4; Vice-President Town 
Girls' Club 2; Town Representative on Student Council 3; 
Assistant Secretary Executive Board 3; May Day Courtier 
3; Associate Editor Pine Knot 4; Secretary W. A. A. 4; 
Personal Attendant for May Day 4. 



Hetty Greene 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Transfer from E. C. T. C. 



David Grimes. * k a 

ROBERSONVILLE. N. C. 

Glee Club 3; Choral Club 4; Band 3, 4; "A" Club 4; 
Baseball 3, 4; Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 3, 4. 



Frances Gurganus. 2 t x 
Stokes, N. C. 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 3, 4; Treasurer Sigma Tau Chi 
3 ; Secretary Sigma Tau Chi 3 ; V. fit. C. A. 1 ; Dramatic 
Club 1, 4; Supervisor Dining Hall 3; Alethian Literary 
Society 1, 2; Glee Club 1; May Day Chairman 4. 



Page Sixteen 

NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



Griffith Hamlin 
Wilson, N. C. 

Band I. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Men's Chorus 2; 
Alethian Literary Society 1. 2; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
President Y. M. C. A. 3; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2. 3, 4; 
International Relations Club 3; Ministerial Club 3, 4; 
President Ministerial Club 4; Debate Club 4; Philosopher's 
Club 4; Golden Knot Honor Society 3, 4; Treasurer Senior 
Class 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges 
and Universities 4; Concert Chairman 4; Staff of Collegiate 
4; Waters Memorial Cup 3 ; Religious Education Com- 
mittee 3, 4. 



Lula Hardy. X t x 

La Grange, N. C. 

\V. A. A. 3, 4 , Alethian Literary Society 1, 2 ; Sigrm 
Tau Chi Sorority 3, 4; Treasurer Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 
4; Secretary Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 3; President Sigma 
Tau Chi Sorority 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4. 



Cleo James, a 5 

ROBERSONVILLE. N. C. 

Hesperian Literary Society 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3; 
Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Djlta Sigma Sorority 
2, 3, 4; Treasurer Delta Sigma Sorority 3 ; Treasurer 
Woman's Dormitory Council 3; Board of Religious Edu- 
cation 3. 



Carl Jones, 2 A 

KlNSTON, N. C. 

Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4; Vice-President Sicrma 
Alpha Fraternity 4; "A" Cluh 3, 4; President "A" Clul) 
4; Band 1. 2. 3, 4; Manager Basehall Team 3; Boxing 2; 
Pine Knot Staff i, 4; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2. 3, 4; May Day- 
Courtier 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 4. 



Mrs. Sadie Kemp 
Wilson, N. C. 

Transfer from E. C. T. C. 

Cyrus Lee. $ a r 
New Bern. N. C. 

President Co-operative Association 4; Intercollegiate 
Debating Team 2, 3, 4; Golden Knot Honor Society 4; 
Men's Dormitory Council 3; Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 
3, 4; Associate Editor of Collegiate 3. 4; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4; 
Captain of Debating Team 4; Fourth Place in Dixie 
Debating Tournament 4; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Irving Lynch, <s> k a 

Wendell, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society 1. 2 ; Phi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity 2, 3, 4; Vice-President Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 
2; Treasurer Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 4; Baseball 1, 
2, 3, 4; Captain of Baseball Team 4; "A" Club 2, 3, 4; 
Vice-President "A" Club 4 ; May Day Courtier 3 ; Pan- 
Hellenic Council 4. 



David Dixon McCall, 
Fremont, n. C. 



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Sigma Alpha Fraternity 4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 
May Day Courtier 3 ; Philosopher's Club 4. 




H A M LI N 

James 
Kemp 
Lynch 



Hardy 
Jones 

Lee 
McCall 



Page Seventeen 



PINE KNOT 




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Mitchell 
Nelson 
Pittman 
Rogers 



Move 

Ocrodowski 

roberson 

Rovse 



Gail Mitchell, * 2 t 
Hagerstown, Md. 

Transfer from Anderson College (Beta Mu Kappa. 
National Honorary Science Fraternity); Phi Sigma Tau 
Sorority 3. 4; Treasurer Phi Sigma Tau 4; President Phi 
Sigma Tau 4; House President Peele House 3; President 
Woman's Dormitory Council 4 ; Member Executive 
Board 4. 

William Moye, $ a r 

Farmville, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society 1, 2; Basketball 3, 4; Phi 
Delta Gamma Fraternity 3. 4. 

Martha Nelson. 2 t x 

Vanceboro, N. C. 

Hesperian Literary Society 1. 2; Sigma Tau Chi Soror- 
ity 2. 3. 4; Vice-President Sigma Tau Chi 3; President 
Sigma Tau Chi 4; Supervisor Dining Hall 3; Vice-Presi- 
dent Junior Class 3 ; May Day Courtier 3 ; Sophomore 
Representative on Woman's Dormitory Council 2; Dramatic 
Club 4. 

Eugene Ogrodowski 

Sayreville, N. J. 

Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4; 
President Senior Class 4; Supervisor of Buildings 3, 4; 
Chairman of Supervisor's Board 4; Golden Knot Honor 
Society 3. 4; President Golden Knot Honor Society 4; 
Honor Roll 1. 2. 3, 4; Class Marshal 2. 3. 4; Collegiate 
Staff 3; Managing Editor Collegiate 4; Treasurer Junior 
Class 3; Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Ministerial Club; Vice-President Ministerial Club 2; Presi- 
dent Ministerial Club 3; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3. 4; 
President International Relations Club 3; Religious Educa- 
tion Committee 2, 3; Men's Chorus 2, 3; Philosopher's 
Club 4. 

Lucille Pittman 
Macclesfield, N. C. 



Y. W. C. A. 2; Band 
; Choral Club 4. 



3. 4; Hesperian Literary Society 



Howard Roberson. 5 a 

Tarboro. N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society 1. 2; Men's Dormitory Coun- 
cil 1, 3; Y. M. C. A. 1; Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 
4 ; Secretary-Treasurer Sigma Alpha 3 ; President Sigma 
Alpha 4; Philosopher's Club 4; May King 4; Treasurer 
Co-operative Association 4; Member Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil 4. 

James Rogers, * a r 
Rose Hill, N. C. 

Hesperian Literary Society 1. 2; Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Captain Basketball 3; "A" Club 2, 3. 4; Baseball 1. 2; 
Tennis 2, 3; Track Trophy 3; I Smoka' Pipe Club 1, 2; 
Chaplain I. S. P. C. 1. 2; Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 
3. 4; Vice-President Phi Delta Gamma 3; Chaplain Phi 
Delta Gamma 3; Men's Quartette 1. 2; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet Member 4; Ministerial 
Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Vice-President Ministerial Club 4; May 
Day Courtier 3; International Relations Club 4; Pine Knot 
Staff 2, 4; Collegiate Staff 2; Religious Education Com- 
mittee 4; Male Chorus 2; Choral Club 4. 

Dorothy Rouse 

KlNSTON. N. C. 

W. A. A. 1, 2. 3, 4; President W. A. A. 3: Senior 
Representative on W. A. A. Cabinet 4; Y. W. C. A. 1. 2, 
3, 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3; Alethian Literary Society 
1. 2; Dramatic Club 3. 4; Verse Speaking Choir 2; Vice- 
President Woman's Dormitory Council; House President 
4; Choral Club 4. 



Page Eighteen 

NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 




Sugg Tingle Volandes 

Wheeler Wiiitford Willis 



Woodrow Sugg, $at 

PlNETOPS, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 1 ; Hesperian 
Literary Society 1, 2; Vice-President Hesperian Literary 
Society 2; Men's Chorus 2; Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 3, 
4; Vice-President Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 3; Presi- 
dent Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 4; Men's Dormitory 
Council 2. 3 ; President Men's Dormitory Council 4 ; Co- 
operative Association 4; Pine Knot Staff 4; Tennis 4; 
Secretary Junior Class 3; Vice-President Senior Class 4. 



Kenneth Tingle, * a r 
Grantsboro, n. c. 

Hesperian Literary Society 1, 2; Manager Boxing 
Team 2; I Smoka' Pipe Club 2; Phi Delta Gamma 
Fraternity 3, 4. 



Voula Volandes 
Athens, Greece 

University of Greece, Athens; Columbia University; 
Sent by Greek Government to study English. 

Irma Belle Ward, 2 t x 

KlNSTON. N. C. 

Hesperian Literary Society 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3. 
4; Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 2, 3. 4; Treasurer Sigma Tau 
Chi Sorority 2; Vice-President Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 4; 
Women's Dormitory Council 3. 



Kermit Wheeler 

KlNSTON, N. C. 

Transfer from Ohio Wesleyan University (Pledge Mas- 
ter Kappa Sigma Social Fraternity) ; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 
3, 4; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2; Vice-President Y. M. C. A. 
3; President Y. M. C. A. 4; Ministerial Club 2, 3, 4; 
President Ministerial Club 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 2; Religious Education Committee 3, 4; Collegiate 
Staff 3; International Relations Club 3, 4; President 
International Relations Club 4; Philosopher's Club 4; 
Debating 4. 



Melvin Whitford, 2 A 
New Bern, N. C. 

Band 1, 2. J. 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Y. II. C. A. 1, 2; 
Hesperian Literary Society 1,2; Sigma Alpha Fraternity 4. 



Evelyn Willis. 5 t x 
Black Creek, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society 1, 2; Town Girls' Club 1, 2; 
Y. \V. C. A. 1, 2, 3. 4; \V. A. A. 1, 2. 3. 4; Vice- 
President W. A. A. 3; Sigma Tail Chi Sorority 3, 4; 
Choral Club 4. 



Page Nineteen 



PINE KNOT 




Bt Williamson 

ll Ricks 

Mj| Arner 

H| Harper 

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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President SELMA ARNER 

Vice-President ELIZABETH HARPER 

Secretary MoZELLE RlCKS 

Treasurer ELLIS WILLIAMSON 



Page Twenty 

NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



Eugene Ange 
Jamesville, N. C. 

Selma Arner 
Wilson, N. C. 

John Bachelor 
Elm City, N. C. 



Mildred Blizzard 
Deep Run, N. C. 

Warren Broughton 
Garner, N. C. 

Alice Lee Daniel 
Elm City, N. C. 



Jessie W. Daniel 
Wilson, N. C. 

Billie Denning 

Newton Grove, N. C. 

Jarvis Edgerton 
Kenly, N. C. 



Eunice Edwards 
Battleboro, N. C. 

Wade Everett 
Pinetown, N. C. 

Belle Farnell 
Jacksonville, N. C. 



Maynard Gardner 
Wilson, N. C. 

Elizabeth Harper 
Vanceboro, N. C. 

Bessie Gray Hearne 
Wilson, N. C. 




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A. C. HOLLOMAN 
Farmville, N. C. 

Thurman Holmes 
Seven Springs, N. C. 

Grace Hudson 
Roanoke Rapids. N. C. 



Mildred Jackson 
Dunn, N. C. 

Kellom James 
Wallace, N. C. 

Robert Jarman 
Kinston, N. C. 



Chester Johnson 
Fremont, N. C. 

Hugh Kelly 
Pfafftown, N. C. 

Hubert Laing 
Cairo, Ga. 



Ruth Leggett 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Daisy Lockliear 
St. Stephens, S. C. 

Mary Matthews 
Engelhard, N. C. 



Elmer Mottern 
Asheville, N. C. 

Elbert Moye 
Farmville. N. C. 

Wilbur Outlaw 
Ellenton, S. C. 



?e Twenty-two 



NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



Rebecca Pearce 
Wilson, N. C. 

Mildred Peele 
Wilson, N. C. 

Agnes Raybourne 
St. Stephens, S. C. 



Mozelle Ricks 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Sara Jane Rouse 
Kinston, N. C. 

Ann Saunders 
Spray, N. C. 



Margaret Spencer 
Kinston, N. C. 

James Suber 
Selma, N. C. 

Meta Barnes Uzzle 
Wilson Mills, N. C. 



John Warren 
Newton Grove, N. C. 

Edith Earl Williams 
Zebulon, N. C. 

Ellis Williamson 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Robert Windham 
Farmville, N. C. 

Doris Winstead 
Elm City, N. C. 

John Yavorski 
Elmira, N. Y. 




Page Twenty-three 

PINE KNOT 




Ward 
Wooten 
Waller 
Willis 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

President JOHN K. WOOTEN 

Vice-President SUSAN A. WALLER 

Secretary ELIZABETH Ward 

Treasurer HERBERT Willis 

Page Twenty-four •" . 

NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



William Barbour, Benson, N. C. 
Helen Ruth Barnes, Wilson, N. C. 
Marie Barnes. Wilson. N. C. 

Agnes Best, Warsaw, N. c. 
Mary Frances Bishop, Wilson. N. C. 
AGNES BRITE, Bridgeton. N. C. 

JESSIE BRITT, Newton Grove. N. C. 
Nick BRITT. Four Oaks, N. C. 

ESPER NAN BUNN, Spring Hope, N. C. 

A. T. Cherry, Tarboro, N. C. 

JACQUELINE DANIEL, Wilson. N. C. 

Jacksie Daniel, Elm City. N. C. 



RUTH DANIELS, Black Creek. N. C. 
SELBY DANIELS. Fremont. N. C. 

HELEN DAVENPORT, Tarboro, N. C. 

Elizabeth Dew, Wilson, N. C. 

ADAIR DOYLE, Harbenger. N. C. 

Lester Edwards, Macclesfield. N. c. 

Janie Fitzgerald, Pine Level. N. C. 

Dorothy Fulghum, Wilson. N. C. 

Sarah Fulghum, Wilson, N. C. 

Evelyn Gardner, Wilson. N. C. 
Claude Garner, Wilson. N. C. 

DONALD GIBBS, Seven Springs, N. C. 



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L. V. Godwin, Lucama, N. C. 

JACK GREENE. Rocky Mount. N. C. 
SARAH M. GREEN. Belhaven. N. C. 

Lillian Guthrie, Morehead City, N. C. 
Alice Hatcher, Garner, N. C. 
L. A. HIGH, Wilson, N. C. 



MARJORIE HODGENS, Rcanoke Rapids, N. C. 
CARTHIENE HOELL, Vanccboro. N. C. 
JIM HOLLIDAY, Jamesville, N. C. 

GLENN HOLMES. Reeky Mount. N. C. 
Elbert James, Wallace. N. C. 

F. H. JARMAN, Kinston, N. C. 



Frank Jones, Kinston, N. C. 

Nellie Lou Lamm, Lucama, N. C. 
Marguerite Lane, Wilson, N. C. 

Edna Long, Wilson, N. C. 

BURNEY MCCOTTER, Grantsboro. N. C. 

Genevieve McDonald, Reidsville, N. C. 



GRETHEL MCLAMB, Four Oaks. N. C. 

Lorraine Mercer, Bailey. N. c. 

Randolph Moore, Rocky Mount, N. C. 



FAYE RlLEY. Dunn. N. C. 

MABEL ROBERSON, Spring Hope. N. C. 
Julian Roebuck. Robersonville, N. C. 



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Elizabeth Russell, Jamestown. S. C. 
William Shingleton, Wilson. N. C. 

RAY SlLVERTHCRNE. Washington, N. C. 



Irma Lee Spencer. Kinston, N. C. 
Doris Turner, Wilson, N. C. 

DALEN WA1NWRIGHT, Wilson, N. C. 

Ida Belle Wall, Selma, N. C. 

Susan Alice Waller. Kinston. N. C. 
H. H. WALSTON. Wilson. N. C. 



JAMES WALTERS. Jamesville. N. C. 

Mary Elizabeth Ward, Kinston, N. C. 

CLAYLON WEEKS, Clinton, N. C. 

Edgar Whitford, Ernul. N. C. 
Frank Wiley, Grantsboro. N. C. 
Herbert Willis, Arapahoe, N. C. 

Joseph Windley, Pantego. N. C. 

JOHN K. WOOTEN, Grifton. N. C. 
NEAL WYNDHAM, Bonneau, S. C. 




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tissa 




Stallings 

Lee 

Batts 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

President CHURCHWELL STALLINGS 

Vice-President VINCENT BATTS 

Secretary and Treasurer BlLLY LEE 



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First Row, left to right: 
Gordon Aldridge, La Grange, N. C. 
Margaret Ange, Jamesville, N. C. 
James Banks, Arapahoe, N. C. 
Marjorie Barnes. Fremont. N. C. 
Vincent Batts. Macclesfield, N. C. 
Ruth Beard, Bailey. N. C. 

Second Row: 
Marilyn Boyette. Kenly, N. C. 
Katie Gold Brewer. Wilson, N. C. 
Dorcas Brickhouse. Columbia, N. C. 
Charlotte Brooks. Wilson. N. C. 
Clarese Bunting, Robersonville. N. C. 
Kate Cherry. Rocky Mount. N. C. 



Third Row: 
Carson Cobb, Fremont, N. C. 
Nancy Collins, Chase City, N. C. 
Mary Colones. Selma. N. C. 
Anna Ray Conyers, Wilson. N. C. 
Eloise Creech, Wilson, N. C. 
John Dail. Jr.. La Grange, N. C. 

Fourth Row: 
Flossie M. Daniel. Rocky Mount. N. C. 
Norma Clay Daniel. Wilson. N. C. 
Elsie Daugherty, Dover, N. C. 
Doris Deans. Middlesex, N. C. 
Alton Dixon. New Bern, N. C. 
Joe Frank Draper, Conway. N. C. 



Fifth Row: 
Charles Eagles, Wilson. N. C. 
Robert Eason. Princeton, N. C. 
Archie Ellis, Wilson, N. C. 
Jessie Lee Evans. Wilson. N. C. 
Evelyn Evett. Kenly, N. C. 
Rachel Glover. Wilson. N. C. 

Sixth Row: 
Wortley Harrell. Colerain. N. C. 
Elsie Harrison. Grantsboro, N. C. 
Howard Hilley. Wilson. N. C. 
Joseph Holliday. Jamesville, N. C. 
Mary C. Houston, Wilson, N. C. 
Quentine Howell, Pikeville,. N. C. 




A*fc4 J^ A.' 





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First Row, left to right: 
May W. James, Robersonville, N. C. 
Mabel Johnson, Smithfield, N. C. 
Ronald Johnson, Robersonville, N. C. 
Ola May Kelly. Pfafftown, N. C. 
Dixie May Lamm, Lucama, N. C. 
Marion Lassiter, Conway, N. C. 

Second Row: 
Rebecca Lewis, Bethel, N. C. 
Jeannette Mattox, Wendell, N. C. 
Hallette Mayo. Alliance, N. C. 
Clyde Miller, Colerain, N. C. 
Arnold Modlin, Jamesville, N. C. 
Addie Ruth Morgan, Winfall, N. C. 



Third Row: 
Mozelle Morgan, Middlesex, N. C. 
Katherine Morris, Belhaven. N. C. 
Joel Moye, Farmville, N. C. 
Mary Nackos, Wilson, N. C. 
Elizabeth Ann Nail, Wilson. N. C. 
Braxton Newman, Seven Springs. N. C. 

Fourth Row: 
Ruby Nichols. Simms, N. C. 
Mabel Ogburn. Willow Springs. N. C. 
Edwin Owens, Walstonburg, N. C. 
Scott Paul, New, Bern. N. C. 
Ida Earle Pierce.' Richlands. N. C. 
Dorothy Roberson, Stokes. N. C. 



Fifth Row: 

Mamie A. Rose. Newton Grove, N. C. 
Inez Rowe, Wilson, N. C. 
Mary H. Ruffin. Wilson, N. C. 
Eula Mae Sawrey, Smithfield. N. C. 
Hilda Snipes, Rocky Mount. N. C. 
Sybil Spencer, Columbia, N. C. 

Sixth Row: 

Churchwell Stallings, Battleboro, N. C. 
Loree Strickland, Wendell, N. C. 
Thomas Strickland, Bailey, N. C. 
George Suber, Selma, N. C. 
Atwood Sutton, Newton Grove, N. C. 
Helen Sutton, Kinston, N. C. 




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Firsf Row, left to right: 

Mary Sutton, Kinston, N. C. 
Dorothy Tart, Dunn, N. C. 
Norman Tart. Princeton, N. C. 
Eloise Taylor. Snow Hill, N. C. 
Hattie Taylor, Everetts, N. C. 
Kendrick Taylor, Snow Hill, N. 



C. 



Second Row: 

Carolyn Thompson, Washington, N. C. 
Edvan Thompson, Pins Level, N. C. 
Robert Thornton, Clinton, N. C. 
Evelyn Turnage. Smitbfield, N. C. 
Blount Turner, Rose Hill. N. C. 
Albert Tyson, Greenville, N. C. 



Third Row: 

Virginia Uzzle. Wilson Mills. N. C. 
[Catherine Wainwright, Wilson, N. C. 
Bealle Walker. Wilson, N. C. 
Mildred Wallace. Wilson, N. C. 
Mildred Webb, Macclesfield, N. C. 
Myra Wharton. Florence, N. C. 



Fourth Row: 

Hazel White. Creswell. N. C. 
Velva White. Colerain. N. C. 
Isabel Williams. La Grange, N. C. 
Doris Willis, Wilson, N. C. 
George Woodall, Princeton, N. C. 
Nell Wyndham, Bonneau, S. C. 



Fifth Row: 

Julia Yates, Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Krissie Yionoulis, Wilson. N. C. 



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WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES 



.^s* p** 








B. J. BOWDEN has actively 
participated in school athletics 
and has been notable for his 
work in student government and 
on the college newspaper. 



CYRUS LEE has been out- 
standing for his achievement in 
debating and orating and has 
demonstrated his executive effi- 
ciency as president of the co- 
operative association. 



Griffith Hamlin has been 

influential in promoting a more 
religious atmosphere on the cam- 
pus and has taken a major part 
in debating, glee club, and band. 



EUGENE OGRODOWSKI has 
been foremost as an able spiritual 
leader of the students and has 
attained much in the fields of 
dramatics, editing, and supervis- 



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The yearbook, Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and 
Universities, compiles annually an ex- 
tensive list of outstanding students 
from colleges and universities all over 
the country as a means of honoring 
them with national acknowledgment 
and recognition. Chosen for scholastic 
attainment, genuine character, ability 
as influential campus leaders, and poten- 
tialities; that is, for future usefulness 
to business and society, these students 
well deserve all honors conferred upon 
them. This year Atlantic Christian 
College is ably represented in this pub- 
lication by four of its most popular 
and respected students, selected because 
through their many accomplishments 
they have expressed the highest ideals 
of conduct, courage, and loyalty; and 
because in the eyes of their fellow stu- 
dents they more nearly measure up to 
the standards required of those whose 
names appear in such a worthy and 
purposeful compilation. 




Organizations 



THE PINE KNOT 




Olivia Fulghum 
Editor-in-Chief 

Robert E. Jarman 
Business Manager 



TN this volume the staff of the 1939 PlNE KNOT has 
endeavored to reproduce in word and picture most of 
the active campus life during the year. Under the guidance 
of our Editor and Business Manager, we have pulled 
through many trying moments in a desperate effort to 
present to the students of Atlantic Christian College this 
yearbook. Headed by Olivia Fulghum, the editorial staff 
has had its specific duties. With John Yavorski as Pho- 
tographic Editor, Agnes Futrell as Associate Editor, 
Woodrow Sugg as Art Editor, Irma Lee Spencer as Feature 
Editor, Virginia Barkley as Senior Class Editor, Eugene 
Ogrodowski as Snapshot Editor, and Gene Ange as Sports 
Editor, we feel that a great deal of creative work has been 
accomplished. With Robert Jarman heading the busi- 
ness staff, and with his co-workers, Ray Silverthorne, 
Leland Farnell, Julia Yates, and James Rogers, the 
financial affairs have been carefully budgeted. Without the 
cooperation of the students, this book would have been 
impossible, and so we, the staff of this 1939 PlNE KNOT, 
take this opportunity of expressing our gratitude to you 
for your fine spirit of cooperation and for your confidence 
in us. 



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NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



THE COLLEGIATE 

^THROUGHOUT the year the aim of the Collegiate has 
been to record memorable school activities, to present 
fairly and impartially its views and attitudes on important 
controversial subjects, to create and guide student opinion, 
and to bestow credit on those deserving it. How near this 
publication has come in achieving its goal must be left 
to the students to decide. If, in trying to measure up to 
its ideals, it may have fallen short, it was not from lack 
of perseverance and endurance through moments of great 
stress and trial. Without the cooperation and considera- 
tion which the student body has generously extended, even 
this would not have been attained, and much recognition 
should be given them in appreciation of their thought- 
fulness. The editor and business manager should be con- 
gratulated for the successful result of their unceasing efforts 
to make the Collegiate a worthwhile part of the school 
life, and their efficient staff, composed of students out- 
standing for competency and capability, deserves abundant 
praise for its loyal, never-ending labors. Staff members 
are Mary Frances Bishop, Mary Nackos, Elbert James, 
Billy Barbour, Mary Matthews, Eugene Ogrodowski, 
Irma Lee Spencer, Burney McCotter, Sarah Jane Rouse, 
Sue Harper, John Yavorski, Selma Arner. Sarah Mae 
Greene, Ruby Barnes, Griffith Hamlin, Bernice Farmer, 
Ray Silverthorne, Mozelle Morgan, B. J. Bowden, John 
K. Wooten, Mildred Wallace, and Mary Colones. 



Elmer Mottern 
Editor-in-Chief 

Robert Windham 
Business Manager 




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OFFICERS 
FIRST SEMESTER: Leland Farnell, 
President; A. C. Holloman, Vice- 
President; Lloyd Bryan, Secretary; 
Robert Jarman, Treasurer; Wilbur 
Outlaw, Chaplain; Archie Daniel, Ser- 
geant-at-Arms. 



Second Semester: Woodrow 

Sugg. President; Burney McCotter, 
Vice-President; Kellom James, Secre- 
tary ; Jarvis Edgerton, Treasurer ; Lester 
Edwards. Chaplain; Bill Moye, Ser- 
geant-at-Arms. 



PHI DELTA GAMMA 
FRATERNITY 

TN 193 7 the Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity was organized 
from the I Smoka' Pipe Club, and in the time since 
has bec&me quite influential on the campus. Silver and 
gold are its colors; and the white carnation, its flower. 
The motto of the fraternity is "Everlasting Brotherhood." 
Dr. Raymond Morgan is the sponsor and the active mem- 
bers are Lloyd Bryan, Archie Daniel, Robert Dixon, Lewis 
Everette, Leland Farnell, Cyrus Lee, Bill Moye, Wilbur 
Outlaw, Woodrow Sugg. Jarvis Edgerton. Kellom James, 
Robert Jarman. Chester Johnson, Clarence Johnson, John 
Yavorski, A. T. Cherry, Lester Edwards, Burney Mc- 
Cotter, Frank Wiley, Herbert Willis, Edgar Whitford. 
Honorary members are James Rogers, H. B. Griffin, and 
Ed. Stallings. 




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DELTA SIGMA 
SORORITY 

HpHE Delta Sigma Sorority was founded in 193 5 and 
chose as its motto "Ferentis Lampada Amicitiae." Its 
colors are green and gold, and its flower, the jonquil. 
Although a comparatively young organization, it has 
become very influential. Its sponsors are Mrs. Harry 
Hodges and Mrs. H. E. Mercer. The members are Ruby 
Barnes, Lois Baggette, Cleo James, Beulah Aycock, Mary 
Ella Clark, Selma Arner, Bess Hearne, Rebecca Pearce, 
Elizabeth Russell, Jessie W. Daniels, Mozelle Ricks, Ann 
Saunders. Ruth Daniels, Faye Riley. Genevieve McDonald, 
and Mrs. Raymond Morgan, honorary member. 



OFFICERS 

FIRST SEMESTER: Ruby Barnes. 
President; Lois Baggette, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; Bess Hearne, Secretary; Selma 
Arner. Treasurer. 



Second Semester: Ruby Barnes. 

President: Beulah Aycock, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; Genevieve McDonald. Secretary; 
Mozelle Ricks, Treasurer. 



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OFFICERS 
First Semester: B. J. Bowden. 

President: Ray Silvertborne, Vice- 
President; Maynard Gardner, Secretary; 
Irving Lynch, Treasurer; Elmer Mot- 
tern, Chaplain; David Grimes. Ser- 
geant-at-Arms. 



SECOND SEMESTER: B. J. Bowden. 
President; Elmer Mottern, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Maynard Gardner, Secretary; F. 
H. Jarman, Treasurer; Ray Silver- 
thorne. Chaplain: John K. Wooten. 
Sergeant -at -Arms. 



PHI KAPPA ALPHA 
FRATERNITY 

TN 1925 Rev. John Barclay and Dr. E. L. Fox founded 
the Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. From that time it 
has grown to be an outstanding organization. Gold and 
white are its colors; and the daisy, its flower. Mr. C. A. 
Jarman and Mr. F. A. Hodges are the sponsors for the 
fraternity, and its active members are B. J. Bowden, Irving 
Lynch, David Grimes, Elmer Mottern. Maynard Gardner, 
Hugh Bass, Ralph Conyers, Bernice Farmer, F. H. Jar- 
man, John K. Wooten, Winton Odem, Allen Credle, 
James Holmes, Elbert James, Ray Silverthorne. Honorary 
members are Ernest Barnes and Chick Andrews. 




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NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 




SIGMA TAU CHI 
SORORITY 

TT^HE Sigma Tau Chi Sorority was founded in 1925 by 
Rev. John Barclay. Its motto is "Sumus Unium." 
Its colors are yellow and white, and its flower is the 
chrysanthemum. This sorority has grown to be an out- 
standing organization on the campus and contributes much 
to its social life. Miss Eleanor Snyder is sponsor for the 
sorority; and Mrs. F. A. Hodges, honorary sponsor. The 
following are active members: Frances Gurganus, Lula 
Hardy, Irma Belle Ward, Evelyn Willis, Mary Matthews, 
Vivian Douglas, Dorothy Fulghum, Sarah Fulghum. 
Sarah Mae Greene, Lillian Guthrie, Carthiene Hoell, Atha 
Josey, and Marguerite Lane. 



OFFICERS 
First Semester: Lula Hardy, 

President: Martha Nelson, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; Frances Gurganus, Secretary ; 
Mary Matthews, Treasurer. 



Second Semester: Martha Nelson, 

President; Irma Belle Ward, Vice- 
President; Sarah Fulghum, Secretary ; 
Lula Hardy, Treasurer. 



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OFFICERS 
First Semester: Howard Rober- 

son, President; Carl Jones, Vice- 
President; Robert Windham, Secretary - 
Treasurer; Elbert Moye, Chaplain; 
Hubert La!ng, Sergeant-at-Arms. 



SECOND SEMESTER: Robert Wind- 
ham, President; Gene Ange. Vice- 
President; Jim Holliday, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Ellis Williamson, Chaplain; 
Warren Broughton, Sergeant-at-Arms. 



SIGMA ALPHA 
FRATERNITY 

' _ PHE Sigma Alpha Fraternity was founded in 1925 and 
chose as its motto "Semper est amiticia." Silver and 
lavender'are its colors and the sweet pea is its flower. The 
sponsor for the fraternity is Mr. J. M. Waters, and the 
active members are the following: Howard Roberson, Carl 
Jones, Felix Dodd, D. D. McCall. Melvin Whitford, 
Robert Windham, Warren Broughton. Oliver Johnson, 
Elbert Moye, Hubert Laing, Gene Ange, Ellis Williamson, 
Frank Jones, Jim Holliday, and Mr. Bill Herring, 
honorary member. 




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NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



PHI SIGMA TAU 
SORORITY 

HpHE Phi Sigma Tau Sorority is the oldest Greek Letter 
organization on the campus. It was founded in 1912, 
at which time the motto chosen for it was "Non nobis 
sed omnibus." Black and gold are the colors of the 
sorority, and, to correspond with these, the Black-Eyed 
Susan is its flower. Each member is carefully chosen on 
the basis of her scholastic standing as well as for qualities 
of character, personality, and sociability. Mrs. C. A. 
Jarman is sponsor for the sorority, and the active members 
are Virginia Barkley, Miriam Dickinson, Olivia Fulghum, 
Agnes Futrell, Gail Mitchell, Belle Farnell, Sue Harper, 
Sara Jane Rouse, Marie Barnes, Mary Frances Bishop, 
Jacqueline Daniels, Alice Hatcher, Irma Lee Spencer, Susan 
Alice Waller, Elizabeth Ward, and Mrs. Bill Herring, 
honorary member. 



OFFICERS 
First Semester: Olivia Fulghum, 

President; Agnes Futrell, Vice-Presi- 
dent: Virginia Barkley, Secretary; Gail 
Mitchell, Treasurer. 



Second Semester: Gail Mitchell, 

President ; Miriam Dickinson, Vice- 
President; Agnes Futrell, Secretary; 
Virginia Barkley, Treasurer. 




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PAN-HELLENIC 
COUNCIL 

npHE Pan-Hellenic Council is composed of representatives of all the 
Greek letter organizations on the campus. The purpose of this 
council is to advance the interest of Atlantic Christian College, to 
promote the general welfare and interest of these associate Greek 
letter organizations as a body, and to insure cooperation between 
them in their relationship with the faculty, student body, and public 
in general. Although it is a new experiment on the campus, much 
confidence and enthusiasm has been evidenced among the student 
body toward it. The representatives on the council are the follow- 
ing: Phi Delta Gamma — John Yavorski, Frank Wiley, and Leland 
Farnell; Delta Sigma — Ruby Barnes, Beulah Aycock, and Ann 
Saunders; Phi Sigma Tau — Gail Mitchell, Sue Harper, and Olivia 
Fulghum: Sigma Alpha — Howard Roberson, Carl Jones, and Felix 
Dodd; Phi Kappa Alpha — B. J. Bowden, Irving Lynch, and F. H. 
Jarman; Sigma Tau Chi — Lula Hardy, Martha Nelson, and Mary 
Matthews. 



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NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



THE GOLDEN KNOT 
HONOR SOCIETY 

T)Y uniting Alpha Delta Chi, an honor society of women, and a 
group of men having like ideals, the Golden Knot Honor 
Society was formed. The purpose of this organization is to uphold 
the ideals of Atlantic Christian College and to recognize and 
encourage character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Candidates 
are those who in the opinion of the active members meet the follow- 
ing qualifications: completion of three college semesters with an 
average of 85 for men and 87.5 for women, the exemplification of 
outstanding moral character, the desire and ability for constructive 
leadership, and the willingness to serve in upholding the ideals of 
this organization. The members are Estelle Carter, Olivia Fulghum, 
Griffith Hamlin, Cyrus Lee, Eugene Ogrodowski, Selma Arner, Mary 
Matthews, with Mrs. Elizabeth Yavorski and Miss Martha Edmon- 
ston serving as honorary members. Sponsors for this year are Miss 
Sadie Jenkins and Mr. C. A. Jarman. 



OFFICERS 
Eugene Ogrodowski 

President 

Olivia Fulghum 

Secretary - Treasurer 




fli^ifii 





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EXECUTIVE BOARD 



OFFICERS 

CYRUS LEE, President 

B. J. BOWDEN, Vice-President 

MARY MATTHEWS, Secretary 

HOWARD ROBERSON, Treasurer 



HpHE Executive Board of the Student Cooperative Associ- 
ation is a form of government by which school affairs 
are executed harmoniously between faculty and students. 
When in 1936 this system was organized, it was the only 
one of its kind in the South, and since that time has 
proved to be very successful. The board is composed of 
four faculty members — Ethel Lehman, C. A. Jarman, 
Raymond Morgan, and Sadie Jenkins; four student offi- 
cers — Cyrus Lee, B. J. Bowden, Mary Matthews, and 
Howard Roberson; the President of the Men's Dormitory 
Council — Woodrow Sugg; the President of the Women's 
Dormitory Council — Gail Mitchell; and a Representative- 
at-Large — Bessie Gray Hearne. 



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NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



MEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL 

mamm 




Woodrow Sugg, President; 
Kellom James, Vice-President ; 
John K. Wooten, Sec. -Treasurer; 
Robert Dixon. Senior Represen- 
tative; Bill Moye, Senior Repre- 
sentative; Chester Johnson, Jun- 
ior Representative; Elmer Mot- 
tern, Junior Representative ; 
Burney McCotter, Sophomore 
Representative; James Walters. 
Sophomore Representative; Gor- 
don Aldridge, Freshman Repre- 
sentative (not in picture). 



'"THE purpose of these two organizations 
is to assume the responsibility for the 
good conduct of the students at all times 
and places. For maintenance of best condi- 
tions for scholarly work, each strives to 



promote the welfare of the students, to 
preserve student unity and honor, to 
develop self-control, responsibility, and 
loyalty. 



WOMAN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL 



Gail Mitchell, President; 
vlozelle Ricks, Vice-President ; 
ieulah Aycock, Secretary; Mil- 
Ired Blizzard. Treasurer; Edith 
-armer, Senior Representative; 
Elizabeth Harper, Junior Repre- 
entative; Alice Hatcher, Sopho- 
nore Representative ; Nell Wynd- 
lam, Freshman Representative 
(not in picture); Dorothy 
louse. House President; Agnes 
laybourne, Junior Hall House 
^resident; Grace Hudson, Y. W. 
r. A. Representative. 




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OFFICERS 
Griffith Hamlin, President 

JAMES ROGERS, Vice-President 
EDITH FARMER, Secretary-Treasurer 



MINISTERIAL 
CLUB 

'"pHE Ministerial Club is composed of those students 

who plan to devote their lives to religious work. The 
organization might be thought of as a laboratory for the 
Department of Religion, for it is in this group that the 
members learn to use effectively those things they have 
learned in the class room. The members are Griffith 
Hamlin, James Rogers, Edith Farmer, Eugene Ogrodow- 
ski, Kermit Wheeler, Hugh Kelly, Cleveland Bradner, 
Robert Jarman, Neal Wyndam, C. F. Pilley, Claylon 
Weeks, Wade Everett, Nell Wyndam, Daisy Lockliear, 
Marjorie Hodgens, Ray Silverthorne, Elizabeth Russell, 
Wilbur Outlaw, Aaron Hocutt, J. M. Waters, C. A. 
Jarman. 



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NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



GLEE CLUB 

'""PHE Glee Club contributes to one of the most important 
phases of school life, its cultural side. Spiritual and 
semi-classical music is rendered by this group, and appreci- 
ation of these kinds of music is fostered by the varied 
programs which they present. In addition to college 
presentations they travel extensively, giving programs in 
the churches over the eastern part of the state. This 
organization is under the guidance of Professor Fontaine, 
who has made it an integral part of the college curriculum. 
The members are Anna Ray Conyers, May Wyatt James, 
Cleo James, Jeannette Mattox, Marjorie Barnes, Wilma 
Williams, Daisy Lockliear, Grace Hudson, Anne Saunders, 
Mary Catherine Houston, Dorcas Brickhouse, Loree Strick- 
land, Lillian Guthrie, John Yavorski, Griffith Hamlin, 
C. F. Pilley, Elbert James, Ronald Barefoot, Burney 
McCotter, Eugene Ogrodowski, Burlon Lamm, and Bess 
Hearne, pianist. 




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OFFICERS 

WILLIAM SHINGLETON, President 

KERMIT WHEELER, Vice-President 

ELMER MOTTERN, Secretary-Treasurer 



QUESTERS 

"THE Questers Philosophical Society is a new organiza- 
tion, formed by the members of the Philosophy class. 
It was designed as a student-alumni organization and has 
as its ideal an effort to instill the spirit of philosophical 
thinking in the student body. This group has for its 
motto, "Quest is best." There are two types of members, 
active and honorary, both being elective. Each year there 
is a meeting of the active-honorary membership and a 
regular meeting once a month of the active membership, 
which is limited to eighteen persons who demonstrate a 
sincere interest in the principles of philosophy. The 
organization is under the able tutorage of Professor Perry 
Case, and is composed of the following questers: Cleve- 
land Bradncr, Felix Dodd. Griffith Hamlin. Robert Jar- 
man, D. D. McCall. Elmer Mottern. Eugene Ogrodowski, 
Howard Roberson. James Rogers, William Shingleton, 
and Kermit Wheeler. 



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NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



THE BAND 



T JNDER the direction of Ellis Williamson, the Band has 
very successfully carried on the work which was 
begun by Millard Burt in 1935. Besides having aided a 
great deal in arousing student enthusiasm at the basket- 
ball games this season, the Band also has played for a 
number of concerts, including the May Day Pageant. The 
instruments played are indicated by the following: 

Trumpets: Griffith Hamlin, John Bachelor, Mary Ella 
Clark, Charles Eagles, John Hosea, Herbert Willis, Lucille 
Pittman: Clarinets: Melvin Whitford, Bess Hearne, 
Beulah Aycock, Alton Dixon, A. K. Gunter, Edwin 
Owens, Howard Hilley: Baritones: John Dail, Hallet 
Mayo; Saxophones: George Smith, James Fleming, David 
Grimes; Drums: C. F. Pilley, John Yavorski, Burney 
McCotter; Trombones: Carl Jones, Jay Johnson, Julius 
Surles: Basses: Foy Goforth, Billy Dickinson, Robert 
Thornton; French Horns: Billy Barbour, Daisy Lockliear, 
Cleo James. 




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Y. M. C. A. 



The Young Men's Christian Association of the Atlantic 
Christian College campus is the one organization that 
invites all the College men to participate in its activities. 
Most of the men come under the influence of the organi- 
zation and are greatly helped through the molding of 
character, learning of sportsmanship, and practicing of 
active good will. 

OFFICERS 

Kermit Wheeler President 

ROBERT E. Jarman Vice-President 

NEAL WYNDHAM Secretary-Treasurer 



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NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



Y. W. C. A. 



OFFICERS 

Grace Hudson President 

Susan A. Waller Vice-President 

AGNES RAYBOURNE Secretary 

MOZELLE RICKS Treasurer 

Every girl on the campus is cordially invited to become 
a member of the Y. W. C. A. This organization carries 
on active religious work and is helpful in making the 
girls of the campus spiritually and morally alert to the 
problems that confront them. 




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Dress rehearsal finds the make- 
up mistress (Bet Ward) show- 
ing Elbert James and Martha 
Nelson how she wants Admiral 
Rankling (John Yavorski) to 
be made up for the production. 



The costume mistress (Agnes 
Raybourne) lines up some of 
the cast to see that she has col- 
lected all the necessary articles of 
apparel. Yes, there is the Hon- 
orable Vere Queckett's tie to be 
found, and the coat for the 
butler, and - - - 



DRAMATICS 



Again this year the Dramatic Club performed, 
and the Verse Speaking Choir "squeaked" (the lingo 
of the members) . Although the Dramatic Club was 
greatly hampered by the lack of an auditorium, the 
four regular major productions were given. The 
Schoolmistress of Arthur Wing Pinero, a farce, was 
the fall production. For Christmas, an old medieval 
church play was adapted by the director, Miss 
Eleanor Snyder. A group of one-act plays was 
produced by the play production class for the spring 
production, and the final production was a comedy 
given as part of the commencement program. 



Page Fifty -two 

NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 




CAt hie tics 



BASKETBALL 



The Bulldog basketball team of 1938-39 was the best 
that has represented the college in the past four years. 
Under the new athletic director, William Herring, the 
team rounded into shape early and turned in some fine 
games throughout the season. One big factor in the im- 
provement of the team was the fact that the first squad 
was formed of four veterans of the previous season's squad 
and a host of experienced replacements. The team how- 
ever was not fortunate in its contests and as in previous 
years went down to defeat all too often. However there 
were bright spots in the otherwise drab season, the most 
noteworthy being the 32-28 defeat handed to the Teach- 
ers of East Carolina Teachers College. Other bright spots 
were the home games with E. C. T. C Catawba and 
Lenoir Rhyne. 

Only one man of this squad will graduate. He is James 
(Red) Rogers, a guard on the Bulldog team for four 
years. The rest of the squad should be intact next year 
and promises of a great season loom for Coach Herring's 
39-40 team. 




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NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 




BASEBALL 



The baseball team this year is expected to be the best 
ever at the college. After two years of defeats piled one 
upon the other this year seems to be the year for the 
Bulldogs. With five veterans as a nucleus Coach Herring 
has built up a strong defensive team. The pitching staff 
headed by Elbert Moye shows promise of turning in some 
excellent performances before the end of the year. 

Of the five veterans of this year's squad only one will 
be lost by graduation, Irving Lynch. Irving has been a 
pitcher and first baseman during his college career and 
during this his senior year he has spent most of his time 
in the outfield. 

With the rest of the squad available for the next season 
the outlook is very bright. The efforts of Coach Herring 
have been primarily directed towards building this season 
and he has discovered some real talent. 



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PINE KNOT 




BOXING 

Boxing, the only minor intercollegiate sport 
that the college competes in, has also been a 
stronghold ever since its first appearance on the 
winter schedule. The record which the boxing 
team has compiled in its four years of existence 
is as impressive as that of any other school in 
the state. 

This year under the tutelage of a former 
graduate the boxers won three straight matches, 
while losing none to continue their undefeated 
streak of the previous year. 

With a seven-man squad that is equally as 
strong as any team of its size in the state the 
Bulldogs have won seven straight matches in 
the past two years. 

The squad for next year will be intact as 
far as is known, as there are no seniors on this 
season's squad. 



Page fifty -six 



NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



TENNIS 



Tennis has always been the sports strong- 
hold on the campus of Atlantic Christian Col- 
lege. For the past few years the tennis team 
has been the only consistent winner of the 
major sports. This year, however, with an 
inexperienced team, the sport has had a hard 
time holding its own. With only two men from 
last season's squad left as a nucleus the team 
had to be completely rebuilt. The new men 
have shown a lot of promise and it seems pos- 
sible that next year the team will be back on 
its former level. t 

Archie Daniels, senior and Captain will be 
the only loss from this year's squad. He has 
played at number Four and Five for the last 
three years and has been a steady member of 
the team. 

The team is handicapped by the fact that 
there is no regular tennis coach and Coach 
Herring has little time to be with them during 
Baseball season. 




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OFFICERS 
CARL JONES. President 

Irving Lynch. Vicy-President 

A. C. HOLLOMAN. Secretary-Treasurer 



A" CLUB 



The "A" Club is one of the oldest organizations of 
the college. It consists of the athletes who have won a 
letter in one or more of the inter-collegiate sports. Its 
purpose is to create within the members a deeper appreci- 
ation of clean sportsmanship and to promote better 
friendship among the athletes. The "A" Club members 
are James Rogers, Eugene Ange, Warren Broughton. 
A. C. Holloman. B. J. Bowden, Jim Holliday. Elmer 
Mottern, Neal Wyndham, Bob Windham, Archie Daniel, 
C. F. Pilley. James Holmes, Maynard Gardner. Jarvis 
Edgerton. David Grimes, Edgar Whitford. Irving Lynch, 
Elbert Moye, Cleveland Bradner. Joe Windley. Carl Jones. 
Lewis Everette, Edward Kirby, C. B. Johnson, Frank 
Shearin. 



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NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



WOMAN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



The Woman's Athletic Association is a popular organization on 
the campus and has as its aim the promotion of activities which 
stimulate wholesome competition in athletics among the women. 
Students automatically become members after they have earned three 
hundred points by participating in athletic activities. The cabinet 
members are Selma Arner, President; Evelyn Willis, Vice-President; 
Agnes Futrell, Secretary; Jessie Daniel, Treasurer; Dorothy Rouse, 
Junior-Senior Representative; Mary Frances Bishop, Sophomore 
Representative; Rachel Glover, Freshman Representative; Dorothy 
Tart, Commercial Representative; and Mrs. Hodges, Physical Edu- 
cation instructor. The cabinet meets once a week to plan the activi- 
ties. It promotes class games in volleyball, hockey, soccer, basket- 
ball, and Softball. It organizes individual tournaments in shuffle- 
board, deck tennis, badminton, tennis, etc. This organization feels 
the need of physical training for the women. 




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Junior Varsity Basketball Team 




Cheer Leaders 



Page Sixty 



NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 




Features 




MARSHALS 

The duty of the Marshals is to assist 
at all forms of entertainment which 
are in connection with the college. The 
Chief Marshal is chosen by popular 
vote, and the Class Marshals, on scho- 
lastic basis. 

Beulah Aycock, Chief Marshal 
Olivia Fulghum, Senior Marshal 
Eugene Ogrodowski. Senior Marshal 
Selma Arner, Junior Marshal 
James Suber, Junior Marshal 
Mary F. Bishop, Sophomore Marshal 
Julian Roebuck, Sophomore Marshal 



DEBATING TEAM 

The Debating Team has had one of 
the most successful years in its history. 
They attended the fall tournament at 
Rock Hill, S. C where Cyrus Lee won 
fourth place. In the spring they also 
attended the Grand Eastern tournament. 
The debaters are Cyrus Lee, Captain: 
Hugh Kelly, Ray Silverthorne, Jim Ed. 
Miles, and Eugene Ogrodowski. 



SUPERVISORS 

The duty of the supervisors is to 
oversee work in their respective fields. 
Because of the efficiency of the present 
supervisors, the work this year has been 
smoothly carried on. Agnes Raybourne 
is supervisor of the Girls' Buildings 
and the Office: Hugh Kelly ( 1st semes- 
ter) and B. J. Bowden (2nd semester), 
supervisor of grounds: Mozelle Ricks 
and Bob Windham, supervisors of the 
dining hall: Eugene Ogrodowski, sup- 
ervisor of buildings. 



INTERNATIONAL 

RELATIONS 

CLUB 

Discussions of current political and 
social problems are carried on by this 
club, whose members are interested in 
this phase of social science. Meetings are 
held weekly by this group, and it is 
under the able direction of Dr. Ray- 
mond Morgan, Social Science Professor, 
and James Suber, their president. 




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HUGH: Can I lead a good Christian life in New York City on $15 a week? 
MR. JARMAN: Yes, my boy; that's all you can do. 



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WILSON, N. C. 

A Standard Four- Year College For 

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Reasonable expense and a balanced 
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For catalogue and other information, address 

The President 

Atlantic Christian College 

WILSON, N. C. 



WHIT: Let's take a trip around the world. Bess. 
BESS: Oh! But I'd rather go somewhere else. 



MR. HERRING: Do you think exercise is good for you, John? 

JOHN: I don't know, Coach: when I feel like exercising, I just lie down until the feeling goes 
away. 



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132 N. Goldsboro Street 
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See The 

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IRVING: Felix, guess what I've discovered! 

FELIX: What is it? 

IRVING: A "Jitterburg" is not an insect, but a human being (acting like one). 



MR. CASE: Atha, what is the calf's skin most widely used for? 

ATHA: For making shoes. I guess. 

MR. CASE: No! No! It's used most to cover the calf. 



EFIRD'S 


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Department Store 


BRIGGS HOTEL 


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CYRUS: What does it take to make a pair of shoes? 
IRMA LEE: A cobbler, some leather, and some tacks. 
CYRUS: Why. no. It just takes two shoes. 



DR. JENKINS; What is meant by allegory? 

HAZEL: An allegory is something with a hidden meaning. 

DR. JENKINS: Can you give us a good example? 

HAZEL: Those eggs we had for breakfast the other morning. 



Condensed Statement of Condition of 

BRANCH BANKING & TRUST COMPANY 

"The Safe Executor" 

WILSON' WALLACE FAISON KENANSVILLE WILLIAMSTON 

ELM CITY GOLDSBORO KIXSTON TRENTON FAYETTEVILLE 

WARSAW SELMA NEW BERN PLYMOUTH FREMONT 

At the Close of Business December 31, 1938 
RESOURCES 

Cash and Due from Banks $ 4,924,734.77 

Obligations of the United States 10,673,496.13 

Federal Land Bank Bonds 1,018,076.77 

Federal Home Loan Bank Debentures 175,369.38 

North Carolina Bonds 570,548.62 

Municipal and Other Marketable Bonds 1,445,071.12 

Other Stocks and Bonds 19.506.00 $18,826,802.79 

Loans and Discounts - .... 2,370,726.39 

Accrued Interest and Accounts Receivable 103,532.97 

Banking Houses, Furniture and Fixtures, and Real Estate, 

Less Depreciation Reserve 238 285.98 

$21,539,348.13 
LIABILITIES 

Capital Stock— Common $ 400,000.00 

Capital Stock— Preferred 324,960.00 

Surplus __.. 400,000.00 

Undivided Profits , 639,844.97 

Reserves __. 268,562.00 

Dividend Payable January 1, 1939 8,000.00 

Unearned Discount and Other Liabilities 49,091.23 

Deposits 19.448.889.93 

$21,539,348.13 
SOUND BANKING AND TRUST SERVICE FOR EASTERN CAROLINA 
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



Compliments of 

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Dial 3471 
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SHOP 

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Putt-Putt: Honest, Suggs, I don't see how you make a living on this farm. Look at all the 

rocks everywhere! 
SUGG: I ain't so poor as y'think I be: I don't own this old farm! 



LEWIS: Was I driving too fast? 

PATROLMAN: Heck, no; you were flying too low. 



PEDEN STEEL ED. 


THE RECORD 


Structural Steel 


PUBLISHING CO. 


Ornamental Iron 


ZEBULON, N. C. 


and 
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Church and College Printers 
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Newspapers, Stationery Forms 


Telephone 98 and 99 


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MAGAZINES, DRINKS, CANDIES 


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COMPANY 


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SUPERINTENDENT OF INSANE ASYLUM: Why are you pushing your wheel barrow upside down? 
INMATE: You don't think I'm crazy, do you? I pushed it right side up yesterday and they kept 
filling it with gravel. 



BELLE: What is the fastest (Fascist) thing in the world? 
SUGGS: A Jew going by Hitler's house on a bicycle. 



THOMAS -YELVERTDN COMPANY 

Better Furniture 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE 

"We Are Never Late" 

CALL 3121 WILSON N. C. 


Insurance Real Estate 

Wilson Insurance k Realty Company 

Established 1907 
GEORGE T. STRONACH, Jr.. Secretary and Treasurer 


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NELL: You know, Gene, they sang about a "cross-eyed bear" at church yesterday. 
GENE: No, no! Nell, that was the "Consecrated Cross I'll Bear." You misunderstood. 



BOB: Isn't this a wonderful night? I wish it would last forever. 
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TEACHER: Say a nursery rhyme. 
HENRY: Hickory, dickory. dock! 

Three mice ran up the clock; 

The clock struck one. 
TEACHER: Is that all? 
HENRY: Yes, sir. The other two got away. 



BURNICE: Miss Myrtie. do you have an Encyclopedia Britannica? 
MISS MYRTIE: No. but what is it you want to know? 



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DR. HlLLEY: What do you want your son to specialize in? 
MOTHER: I don't know. 

DR. HlLLEY: Has he shown any particular taste? 
MOTHER: Yes, for apple pie. 



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MILDRED: What is the name? 

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3051/2 E. Nash St. 
Phone 440 

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312 Bragg St. 

WILSON, N. C. 



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